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NFL Preseason: New Orleans Saints vs. New England Patriots Recap

New England backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo certainly looks ready to run the Patriots' offense during Tom Brady's suspension. Garoppolo completed 28-of-33 passes for 269 yards and led the Patriots to five scoring drives and a win over the Saints Saturday night. The Patriots scored 20 straight points to cut a 21-0 Saints lead to 21-20, then got a pair of Stephen Gostkowski field goals on their last two drives. Gostkowski's 35-yard field goal won the game with 14 seconds to play. Much earlier in the night, the Saints' Drew Brees looked great as he threw for 159 yards and two touchdowns on 8-for-10 passing. Neither team managed much on the ground, as the Patriots averaged just 2.2 yards per rush and the Saints averaged only 2.8.

NFL Preseason: Baltimore Ravens Vs. New Orleans Saints Recap

In a surprisingly entertaining preseason opener, Bryn Renner gave the Ravens a win over the Saints by scoring on a one-yard touchdown run with two seconds to play. Minutes earlier, the Saints' Marcus Murphy rushed for an apparent game-winning touchdown with 1:56 to play. But Baltimore third-string quarterback Bryn Renner ran an efficient two-minute offense to clinch the victory. The Ravens' top two quarterbacks, Joe Flacco and Matt Schaub, each threw for touchdowns in the first quarter. New Orleans' passing game was on point as well, as three quarterbacks combined to go 25-for-39 for 266 yards. Saints star quarterback Drew Brees didn't play in the game.

NFC Championship Game: New Orleans Saints vs. TBD (If Necessary) Recap

This was one NFC championship game for the record books. With 2:05 left in the 4th quarter, the Green Bay Packers led the Seattle Seahawks 19-7. Seattle scored with 2:05 left in the 4th quarter on a Russell Wilson run from a read option play to bring the score to 19-14. Seattle attempted an onside kick which bounced of the facemask of the Packers' Bostick, and was recovered by Seattle. Seattle drove the ball down the field leading to an 18 yard touchdown run by Marshawn Lynch with 1:25 left in the game. A miraculous two point conversion put the Seahawks in the lead 22-19. On the ensuing Packers drive, the Packers drove the ball down the field at a ferocious pace which ended with a last second field goal by Mason Crosby to send the game into overtime with a score of 22-22.
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